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Is Now On 1
AM we are exerting ourselves to make the next I
days Busy Ones.
We have many things appropriate for? \
Many things in? ',
Notions and. Fancy Dry Good
That would be appreciated. If you wish to give?
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL PRESEN'
A look through our Stock would be of interest to you.
you are looking for? -
Th? ne*t five days will be an?
Such a line has never, been shown in Anderson before.
Also, Fancy Comforts and Quilts.
Our JLinen Department
Is an interesting one. Our Table Linens, Napkins, Doile
and Towels, of every kind, are great values at the prices <
are asking for them now. If interested in?
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments
By all means see our offerings. We do not care to carry o v
Ladies9 Goats, Jackets, Gapes,
Automobiles, Waists and Skirls.
Consequently we will offer great inducements in order
move this stock. We hope to make a clean sweep on evei
thing Beady Made.
The Housekeepers should not hesitate to buy our?
At present prices ; we have reduced the price on every yai
You cannot find a more attractive line of?
Rugs and Art Squares than Ours.
: Some lovely?
Moquette and Smyrna Rugs,
In large sizes. Also, a fine line of?
Mattings, Window Shades,
And Window Curtains.
If you desire^the newest styles, the best wearers, th
most comfortable Shoes for men, women and children, se
We are prepared for a mighty Christmas Bush. Haye tl
right Goois at the right Prices.
The Cash will do wonders at our Store from now uni
the night of the 24th inst.
AU aro invited to come and see. N
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Wishing a?L a very merry Christmas'and happy Wew
Ai a ISfiSi
WHO UWE US
Wilt confer a^av?r by settling by the night of the Slot inst
Yours truly, 0. & P.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 18. 1901. ;
THE COTTON MARKET.
Strict Good Middling?7J.
Chicken and turkey thieves season
has begun. Lookout!
Dr. R. Frank Smith, of Easioy, was
in the city last Monday.
You can begin now to prepare those
good New Year resolutions.
There are now twenty-four prisoners
confined in the County Jail.
Don't talk about bard times so much
and times will appear easier.
County Supervisor Vaudiver v?ited
Columbia and Charleston last week.
Clemson College has closed for the
1 holidays and will reopen January 2.
The first drove of hogs from Teu
nesseo arrived in the city last week. ?
All reports indicate that a great area
is being put in wheat in tbis County.
In giving your children presents
give them something useful and sub
Mrs. Eugene Fant went to Abbeville
last week to visit her mother, Mrs.
Old Santa has just a week'in which
to collect all that is necessary for the
Mrs. Wm. Perry\ of Greenville, is in
Anderson visiting the family of Hon.
. Our young friend, T. S. Maxwell, of
Greenville, spent Sunday in Anderson
with his parents.
Paul Barr, of Charleston, came up
last Saturday to spend a few days in
tho city with relatives.
In his new advertisement C. Frank
Bolt tells you of the many good things
he has in stock for Christmas.
The weather has been fine for hog
killing, and the most of our people are
enjoying pudding and sausage.
The friends of Rev. O. T. Porcher, \
o? Greenwood, were delighted to greet
him in the city a few days ago.
The . Good Roads Convention is in
session in Greenville this week. An
derson County is well represented.
Remember, all places of business will
be closed in Anderson ou Wednesday,
T hursdny and Friday of ney* week.
E.G. McAdams, Esq., offers a hue
piece of real estate in the city for saie
at a bargain price. See advertisement.
The People's Furniture Company enn
(supply you witb a useful Christmas
[present. Read their new advertise
You have just two more weeks in
which to pay your State and County
taxes. You should attend to it at
Some of our correspondents havo
been very quiet for some time. We
would be slad to hear from them of
The demand for farm animals has
not become strong yet. It is proba
ble that the sales will be light next
Miss Inez Schroeder, one ol Walhal
la's popular young ladies, has been
spending a few days in the city with
Hon. J. Perry Glenn went to Colum
bia last week to attend a meeting of
the Board of 'Directors of the Lunatic
When you go to make your Christ
mas purchases remember the many-ex
cellent bargains advertised in these
In their new advertisement this week
Julius H. Weil & Co. tell you what
they have in store for Christmas pres
ents. Rend it..
The city graded schools will havo a
two-weeks' holiday for Christmas, be
ginning next Friday. Of course, tho
Students are happy.
Capt. E. E. Rankiu, the genial repre
sentative ot" the Greenville News, was
in the city last Friday, and wns a wel
come visitor to this office.
Copt. George W. Snllivnn hns re
signed ns President of the Williamston
cotton mill and Jas. P. Gossett has
been elected as his successor.
Tho Intelligencer will be issued a
day earlier next week in order to give
all of its employees an opportunity of
enjoying tho Christmas holiday*.
The Confederate Monument is gradu
ally going up and is now about ready
for the figure of the Confederate pri
vate that will Btand on the top of it.
The cry of hard times nud poor col
lections is heard all around, but we
should pull through with reasonable in
dulgence if every man will do what he
can nod not dodge.
Col. J. C. Boyd, of Greenville, who
commands the Third Regiment of the
I State militia, will inspect the Anderson
Rifles to-morrow night at their armory
over Hall Bros.' store.
The third snow for this season fell
lu r* t^at. evening. It was very light. :
T.;re?L snows preceding Christmas is
something never before witnessed by
A. E, Dean, of Deans, left yesterday j
for Tyler, Texas, where ho will spend |
a few.-weeks, visiting relatives. We !
join his friends in wishing him a pleas
ant trip and a safe return home.
?v?ry member of Chiquola Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, requested to at- !
tend the regular convention of. the
Lodge to-morrow evening at 7:30
o'clock, ns business of importance will
Upper Carolina is considerably be*
hind on rain for tho last two months.
From October 1 to December 8 thero
were only four showers aggregating
not more than 2 1*2 inches.
County Auditor Boleman publishes
his annual notico of assessment iu an
other .columu, which should bo read
carefully by every taxpayer, Kcnie'ni
ber that this timo you will havo to re
turn real estate in full.
We are requested to announce that
Rev. T. C. Ligon will preach in tho j
Presbyterian Church at Deans next
Sunday, raorniug at 11 o'clock. Tho
friends of tho congregation are cordial
ly invited to attend tho services.
Married, on Tuesday, December 17,
1001, at 7 o'clock a. in., at tho rcBidenco
o? tho bride's sister, Mrs. P. B. Allen,
at Starr, by Rov. R. C. Ligon, Mr. J.
Willis McGeo and Miss Icio Jones, all
Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Griffin. Belton,
have issued invitations to the marriage
of their daughter, Miss Annie, to Mr.
J. S. Adams, a prominent young farm
er of Greenville County, at their homo
at Helton on December 20that 2 o'clock
J. J. Rodgers, accompanied by his
wife and two sons, of Spartanburg, has
been spending a.few days in Anderson
visiting the family of his son-in-law,
James A. Non is. Mr. Rodgers is su
perintendent of the Fairmont Cotton
J. M. Stacks, Thos. Young and De
Witt Manning, with their respective
families, who have been living in Cor
ner Township, have gone to DeQueen,
Ark., to make their future home. We
wish them much success in their new
Rev. T. P. Lide, of Pendletou, spent
a few days with relatives here recently
and preached iir the Baptist Church
Sunday morning. This is Mr. Lide's
old home and his many friends are
always glad to see him.?Darlington
Tho many friends of Col. R. B. A.
Robinson will regret to hear that he
has been seriously ill nt his home in
Martin Townehip. Yesterday we learn
ed that ho was improving. Wo *wish
him n specify restoration to his usual
Cli.'ton, a little son o? W. J. Mitch- j
ell. died at his homo in Martin Town- ,
ship on Tuesday, 10th inBt., after a
brief illness, and was buried the fol
lowing day at Mr. Bethel Church, the
funeral services being conducted by
Rev. N. G. Wright.
Invitations havo been issued to the t
marriage of Rev. W. J. Wyley, of j
Donalds, S. C, and Miss Julia Parker,
of this city. The happy event will J
take place at the home of the bride's i
mother, Mrs. Rebecca Parker, in this j
city, un Thursday20th inst.
Tho contract for the erection of the
union depot has been awarded to our
fellow-townsman, C. M. Guest, who
will begin work at once. The rail
roads have done well in securing the
services of Mr. Guest, who will give
them a good job in every respect.
Mr. Templctou, tho gentlemanly and
winning agent of the C. A. Reed music
house in Anderson, has sold four piunos
in ou: town lately. Of the last two,
one was purchased by Mr. John M.
Mays, and the other by Mr. W. B. Penn
for our opera house.?fidgcficld Chron
The city ordinance against shooting
fireworks in the city willtbe suspended
from 0 o'clock p. m. Christmas Eve
until 12 o'clock Friday night following.
The boys must keep away from the
cotton platforms, and must not fire
their roman candles or throw their
crackers Ht any person.
It is tho opinion of cotton experts
that the price is bound to go higher,
and they areji advising the farmers to
hold what they have. The misery of
it, however, is that tho farmers mostly
have none to hold. Those who have
it are fortunate, as they will get
something like the worth of their pro
?t a meeting of the Grand Lodge of
Masons in Charleston last week our
townsmen. Dr. J. P. Dnckett was ap-.
pointed Senior Grand Deacon, J. L.
Farms*, Junior Grand Deacon, and J.
C. Wat kins one of the Grand Stewards.
These gentlemen will wear their honors
worthily and discharge their duties
Tho scheduled cold wnvo reached
this section last Sunday afternoon and
with unexpected fierceness. The fall
in the mercury within twelve hours
was one of tho greatest on record,
reaching 17^ above zero. The reports
from the North aind West are terrible,
many people and live stock haying
been frozen to death.
It is a mistake-about A. E. Browne
resigning as postmaster at Denver.
He thought of doing so on nccqnnt of
his health, but J. R. Garrison declines
to serve and Mr. Browne will cm tin in
to fill the. position, with his wife and
son as assistants. We join Mr. Browne's
j many friends in wishing him a speedy
restoration to health.
The following officers have been j
elected to servo Willow Camp, W. O. j
AV., the ^ensuing year: Council com
mander, W. E. Lee; advisory lieuten
ant, 'R. E. Nicholson;'banker, G. N.
Broyles; clerk, W. G. Johnson; escort,
W. A. Power; sentry, W. B. King;
physicians, Drs. Harris and Dnckett ;
manager, G. X. C. Boleman.
Under the".caption of "Convention
Notes" tho Baptist Courier says:
"There is no more lovely spirit in this
Convention than Dr. J. D.' Chapman,
I of Anderson. His face shines. His is
ono of that small number of men's
faces into which other men may look
and feel that it is am inspiration, a
j moral tonic. I wrote this once
before, but it will bear repeating. Mrs.
Chapman attended the Convention
with her husband."
Mrs. O. Y. Bonner, of Due West, |
died at the home of her father. Dr. ;
.James D. Neel, near* Troy, at 2 o'clock
Sunday morning, December 8. Mrs.
Bonner wos the wife of Rev. O. Y.
Bonner, who, with several children,
survive her; She has many friends in
the lower section of this County who
will regret to hear of her death.
-At the Argyle Hotel, where the Press
Association was entertained in Charles
ton last week, wo met an old Anderson
boy, Clarence Maroney, who is night
clerk. He will bo on tho lookout for
tho people of Anderson who visit the
Exposition and will tako pleasuro in
giving them any information desired.
When you go to Charleston register nt
Tho South Carolina Conference hns
designated next Sunday as Epworth
Orphanage Day. This measure was or
dered to make up something of tho
loss occasioned by shortage in Thanks
! giving uiieriugs. The Methodists in
this County should bear this in mind,
aud g?i to Church next Sunday prepared
to make a liberal contribution to the
Geu. M. L. Bonham, Grand Chan
cellor of South Carolina, has issued a
circular suggesting that the Pythiaus of
the State have a "Pythian Day" at tho
Cnarleston Exposition. This sugges
tion has met with much favor here, and
I when tho day is set a largo attendance
! of the Knights from this city and coun
\ ty will bo on hand to join in the festiv
ities of the occasion.
I Mrs. Martha Harris, relict of tho late
John Harris, died at the home of her
son, L. D. Harris, near Helton, last
Friday, at tho ripe old age of 00 years.
Two sons survive her. Mrs. Harris
had since her girlhood been a devoted
member of tho Methodist Church, and
was most highly esteemed by a wide
circle of friends. Her remains were
interred on Saturday at Trinity Church.
In order to allow their employees to
have a merry Christmas tho merchants
of tbe city have unanimously agreed to
close their stores aud suspend business
on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
of next week. Tho public officials will
also close their offices, and no business
whatever will be transacted. Bear
this in mind, aud don't come to tho
city to transact business on the three
Rev. M. B. Kelley, tho new pastor of
St. John's Methodist Church, tilled his
pulpit for the first time last Sunday
morniug, and was given a most cordial
greeting by his congregation. At the
evening service all the churches in tho
city were closed and the- pastors with
many members of their respective con
gregations assembled at St. John's to
hear tho new pastor and extend him a
hearty welcome to Anderson.
W. H. Hanna, of Vnrennes Town
ship, received a letter a few days ago
announcing the death of his eldest son,
W. H. Hanna, at his home in Polk
Count}', Ark., after a brief illness with
pneumonia. He was about 30 years of
age and leaves n widow and two small
children. Mr. Hanna moved to Arkan
sas a few years ago, and was meeting
with success iu his adopted home. The
parents of the deceased havo tho sym
pathies of nil their fiiendsin their sore
Lust Thursday morning about 1
o'clock the dwelling house of F. P.
Hollingsworth, at the comer of Green
ville and East Boundary streets, was
burned. It is not known how the tire
originated. The house wnB owned by
Mrs. Kate Harper, of Seneca, and was
a two-story frame building. It was in
sured for $750, and was valued atabout
$1,200. Mr. Hollingsworth saved a part
of his furniture. He had some insur
ance on it, but not enough to cover his
"The Idler" in a recent issue of the
Spartanburg Journal says: "They havo
funny people over in Andtmon. J. B.
Douthit, formerly State Liquor Com
missioner, is selling Bibles, and it 1b
said he will send ono with steel plated
I backs to Dudley Haselden. Two of
I Josh Ashley'r. l oys have quit running
rabbits and are catching blind tigers.
Josh is going to quit raiming for the
; House and run for the Senate.awhile,
in the hope of more effectively repre
senting the yellow dog. In town they
are running an order to suppress law
lessness and in tho country they are
lynching negroes. So many funny and
contradictory things are going on that
Wo need not be surprised if a number
of prominent farmers ask Judge Benet
to locate in Anderson and help them
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Prominent among the mnny remark
ably attractive features which appear
in The Designer for January is: "In
Holiday Masque," illustrating and de
scribing numerous unique and artistic
fancy costumes for adults and young
folks. In another article "Evening
Waists" ara most charmingly set forth,
and there is besides an alluring display
of Winter fashions and millinery.
Literary contributions having especial
bearing on the New Year are: "A
Watch Tarty," "A Twelfth Night. Din
ner," and "Holidays at the. White
House." There an* two short stories.
"The Frolic at Bassett's" and "Found
in the Ice nills," and a parlor comedy,
"A Glimpse of Bohemia." "Decora
tive Darning" and directions and illus
trations for knitted mittens, bootees
j and golf stockings offer pleasant and
[ useful employment f ir winter even
I ings. "Pointson "Dressmaking." "For
! Health and Beauty," "Book Notes,"
j "Selections for the Hecitationist,"
I "Etiquette Hints," "Nursery Lore" and
"Cookery Rpcipes" are some of the
! other helpful articles in this execed
i ingly interesting number. A few
I words of well-deserved praiso should
.be sp<>' en of Tho Designer's New Yeai
I cover, vhich pictures a pretty girl in a
dainty scarlet cloak and broad-brim hat
[ against a background of pine boughs,
i tho entire conception being in excel
lent taste. ?
WANTED?Hides ot all kind*. Hlgh
fatcaxh criers paid for them nt the An
j rtwrMon Tannery or T. Q. Anderson'-? Coal
I Yard. 2d??.
A re you iblnk'ng of what to buv your
b'jy for h ChrlfHuiHM Pr*?BeniT Wbat can
i you think of that would n'ense blm so
union h* a Wn'ijno, mo Air Rifle, a Cbeat
of T<>o1m or ? PocWwt Knln-? These goods
are carried ?fy .Sullivan Hardware Co.
Is Built On !
The confidence of our customers is the key-note of our
success. It is not what we say that brings us so much
trade, as it is the feeling on the part of our customers that
what we say can be most implicitly relied upon.
We claim to have the?
For $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50 to be found anywheie.
Better drop in and get one of these Coats before your
size is sold.
Cut Price Clothiers.
South Main Street.
BONE AND POTASH,
We have on hand a large quantity of the above named
They are in perfect condition, and manufactured espe
cially for small grain crops.
Our goods and prices will interest you if you are froing to
sow wheat. Yours truly,
D. C. BROWN & BRO.
South Main Street.
Our special preparation of Bone and Potash for wheat
will prevent rust, and makes a fine yield.
GENUINE PEIPER GTJNS.-^The equal of which, at the price, have
never before been brought to this market.
SINGLE-BARREL BREECH-LOADING GUNS, with barrels of
finest quality Steel. Genuiue "Walnut Stocks. Perfectly made ami beauti
fully finished. An assortment of Breech-Loading Guns from which you can
make a selection of anything desired.
LOADED SHELLS.?A solid Car Load received.
NITRO CLUB SMOKELESS SHELLS at only 50c. per box.
POWDEK, CAPS, CARTRIDGES,
WADS, PItlMERS, EMPTY SHELLS,
HUNTING COATS, &c.
EVERYTHING REQUIRED BY THF SPORTSMAN
Can be found in our mnp.moth Stock.
Sullivan Hardware Co.